Introducing the Super NES classic edition

Last year Nintendo released the NES classic. This item was an instant hit to the masses. Although, there was a big problem with the console that many people today are still complaining about. – SUPPLY – Nintendo is notorious for making an item then, either by purpose or coincidence it becomes very hard for the average person to obtain one. Nintendo announced that nearly 6 months after its release that no more NES classics would be released. This meant the mini console was one of the shortest lived consoles to date.

About a month ago, Nintendo announced that the Super NES classic system would be launched around the same time as their NES classic. Then, on June 26th specific details about the Super NES classic hit the news. Some of those details are the price of $80, which is $20 more than the NES classic. The Super NES classic will come with two controllers versus the one controller that comes with the NES classic. Perhaps where the Super NES classic falls behind is how many games it will come with. It appears that the console will only contain 21 games. The titles are: Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart, Zelda, F-Zero, Super Metroid, Street Fighter II Turbo, Super Punch-Out, Super Castlevania, Donkey Kong Country, Mega Man X, Kirby Super Star, Final Fantasy III, Kirby’s Dream Course, Star Fox, Super Mario World 2, Super Mario RPG, Contra III, Secret of Mana, EarthBound,Super Ghouls and Ghosts, and a previously unreleased title Star Fox 2. Nintendo has already announced that there will be more Super NES classics available than the NES classic. The question is, does that mean everyone will get the chance to buy one or will we have to wait in line for hours just for a chance to hold one? I guess only time will tell.

What do you think, will you be getting one?

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